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medicare has issued a warning. what is that warning? is anyone listening? steve moore joins us live. steve is the senior economic writer for the "wall street journal" editorial page. center for medicare and medicaid service has a warning what is it? >> this bill is going to cost more than expected. this bill was intended to cut the costs of the health insurance system so we could all afford greater access to health care. what this medicare actuary said it is going to what they call ben the cost curve up to state cost will rise over time they won't fall down. that's what mr. obama said. they project over the next 10 years that the increase in the cost of medicare is going to be 200 billion dollars that a big number twice the size of the california budget. >> greta: is that in contrast to what the congressional budget office said? >> a higher number. >> greta: now we've got two very different numbers. did they use different methodology at arriving at the numbers? >> medicare they think the cost are going to accelerate more. remember there's two parallel programs there's medicare they didn't
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't talking about medicare advantage when they referred that. the bills in the house and senate include massive cuts in the medicare advantage program. and so people that have med can care advantage have vin vative new private insurance available for million office seniors and me digap policy. but also recognizing that the business of creating the massive new government run health insurance exchanges. and then allowing businesses to not offer health insurance if they just pay an 8 percent tax to the federal government will create an incentive where you'll see by some estimate maybe 100,000,000 americans could lose insurance through they're employers. not because the government would make them drop they're insurance you understand? you know, i think i remember the president saying one time, nothing in this bill requires you to give up your insurance. - or you know give up insurance you have through your employer but respectfully as i've said, it's hard to keep the healthcare insurance you have at the place of employment if your employer cancels it. and in this tough economy and i don't h
to the president's bill, but asked in return for some relief of the reimbursement under medicare to the physicians elimination of this flawed formula that year after year after year forces the doctors to take these deep cuts so that they can't -- literally can't afford to continue to see medicare patients and of course the request, mr. speaker, at that particular meeting back in chicago probably last may or june of 2009 that there be some meaningful medical liability tort reform. the c.b.o., in fact, estimated that that would save $54 billion. just that one issue would save $54 billion. the c.b.o. says over 10 years, mr. speaker, i respectfully suggest that's a most conservative estimate on their part. i think it would be $54 billion each and every year over the next 10 years. but in any regard, i am blessed tonight to be joined by a number of the members of the g.o.p. doctors' caucus, and we're going to talk about the main theme of tonight, and that is the issue of transparency. and i want to get into that in just a second. nothing could be more important, particularly at this point, this 11th ho
medicare advantage, and they were referring to that because the bills in the house and senate contain massive cuts. if people that have medicare advantage and the innovative program available to millions of seniors through medicare -- that goes away. also, this business of creating massive new government-run health insurance exchanges and allowing businesses to not offer health insurance to their employees if they just pay and 8% tax to the federal government is going to create an incentive for you are going to see, by some estimates, maybe a hundred million americans could lose the health insurance they currently have with their employer. it is not because the government would make the employer dropped their health insurance regan -- health insurance. i think our remember the president's saying nothing in this bill will make you give up the insurance you have through your employer. i would say respectfully, it is awfully hard to keep the health insurance you have at your place of employment if your employer cancels it, and in this tough economy -- it is tough all over in this country
to resolve their differences between the house and the senate version of the medicare reform legislation that provided prescription drug benefits for medicare recipients. a very important piece of legislation, one that was not without some controversy, the house passed a version, the senate passed a version, and then in the light of day these two versions were negotiated on these days, the american people got to see the discussions that went on and got to see this bill being crafted that eventually became law. if the democrats weren't engaging in these backroom deal making deals, i don't think they'd mind the lights being turned on but the problem is they're cutting deals and the reason they're having to cut deals is because they're trying to pats a -- pass a piece of legislation that the american people don't embrace. many of us agree that health care needs to be reformed. and my colleagues on my side of the aisle, republicans and conservatives, have been offering some commonsense ideas that could reform the current system without turning over the health care to the government, without
insurance and effort to fix the earlier cuts to doctors under medicare, all of which can add to costs but are not counted. >> we believe the american people need to understand that then the cost to government state and federal is $2.1 trillion. >> perhaps we should call this the mark mcgwire bill. why? because spending is on steroids and there is no transparency. >> the president wasn't at the meeting the entire time but the meeting went on for hours as the democrats struggled to find common ground between the house and senate. new york democrat charles rangel says the democrats are facing serious problems on both sides of the capital. getting a bill passed at all. tomorrow, the president will try to improve the chances by going to capitol hill to make a personal plea to all house democrats. bret? >> bret: okay. we'll stay on it. jim, thank you. we will look at the effect of the haiti earthquake and the u.s. response when the fox all-stars join me after the break. hi, may i help you? we're shopping for car insurance, and our friends said we should start here. good friends -- we compar
this proposed 1% medicare payroll tax hike to fund the obama health care plan by including investments, like capital gains and dividends rather than simply wages. now, the wage hike's bad enough. obama care is bad enough. but applying this to investment simply raises the cost of capital, lowers the return on risk taking, and damages prospects for economic recovery growth. what is team obama thinking. the new year tax attack. i've never seen anything so dumb. i'm not surprised stocks sold off today, especially the bank stocks. and i've got to tell you, if these tax hikes actually get through the congress and the white house in the weeks ahead, the stock market is going to sag, no matter how good fourth-quarter profits come in. you cannot tax your way to prosperity. did i say dumb policy? that is my take. extremely dumb policy. now, i want to get some reaction on this point from our guests. we have ssht director for tax and budget policy at the center for american progress, michael lyndon. we also have the "wall street journal's" steve moore. michael lyndon, because i believe in fairness and o
on the wealthy is out, but extending in medicaid -- medicare can stay. there will be some combination of the house's national insurance exchange and the senate's state controlled exchange. >>> a utah congressman will introduce a bill that could mean d.c. residents would vote on gay marriage. he believes that residents should vote to overturn that law if the issue was put on a ballot. d.c. council members passed that law legalizing gay marriage in the district, but congress could block the measure within the next 30 days. >>> the nation's top bankers are testifying now to a special commission in washington. with new bank bonuses limit large, they are trying to defend themselves, saying greed and recklessness or not to blame for the financial crisis. >> the nation's top bankers were sworn in and grilled. billions on bonuses for industry that accepted a historic bail out. >> people are angry. >> on the risky loans that triggered a global recession. >> acts of god, these were acts of men and women. >> the bankers defended their bonuses. >> the compensation always correlated with the resul
, you look at healthcare and they cut a half a trillion from medicare n massachusetts we have 98% of other people insured, why we would county medicare half a trillion, have longer lines, less coverage and subsidize other states. et cetera -- it's not good for massachusetts and people have lost faith in the process. there's no transparency and in in addition to homeland security it's resonating with the residents of massachusetts. >> bring me up speed. were you involved in then governor mitt romney's moves to establish state care, what was called state care, but to broaden healthcare coverage for all in massachusetts? >> i voted on it. it was a bipartisan evident. we were paying almost a billion dollar to the hospitals. >> the argument was that you contributed to something that now you're against? >> that's not true. they're interest different programs, what we have is a free market enterprise, providing insurance to people in massachusetts. ed the plans in washington are one size fits all that will cost almost a trillion plus dollars and raise taxes when we don't need it. why pa
as to what's going to happen to the medicare advantage program. there are deals being made, as i understand, that are not going to have a program with the medicare advantage program. people are not being told what's going on, and that's the biggest concern. not knowing. the seniors have always had a bright outlook on our government, and i think that that is changing -- or has changed in this last two years because of the fact that we have people going behind closed doors, governor -- i mean pelosi, reid and obama, if they lived in the state of wisconsin, where we have what's called an open meeting law, they would be sued so fast they would not know what happened to them. i am so disappointed, along with my friends and neighbor s. i live -- i have a medicare advantage plan, and it's network health insurance. they are located in menash, wisconsin, in my back yard. they have taken care of their clientele, they're interested in our health issues. now, aarp is affiliated with united health, they are one of the biggest insurance companies in the united states. isn't it interesting, united health
it doesn't cover can cost you some money. that's why you should consider... an aarp medicare supplement insurance plan... insured by united healthcare insurance company. it can help cover some of what medicare doesn't... so you could save up to thousands of dollars... in out-of-pocket expenses. call now for this free information kit... and medicare guide. if you're turning 65 or you're already on medicare, you should know about this card; it's the only one of its kind... that carries the aarp name -- see if it's right for you. you choose your doctor. you choose your hospital. there are no networks and no referrals needed. help protect yourself from some of what medicare doesn't cover. save up to thousands of dollars... on potential out-of-pocket expenses... with an aarp medicare supplement insurance plan... insured by united healthcare insurance company. call now for your free information kit... and medicare guide and find out... how you could start saving. >>> welcome back, everybody. it's time for the "trader's edge" with our friend art, director of floor operations at ubs financial s
medicare benefit that, with private insurance, may entitle you to pay little to nothing to own it. one company that can make it all happen ... your power chair will be paid in full. the scooter store. hi i'm doug harrison. we're experts at getting you the power chair or scooter you need. in fact, if we qualify you for medicare reimbursement and medicare denies your claim, we'll give you your new power chair or scooter free. i didn't pay a penny out of pocket for my power chair. with help from the scooter store, medicare and my insurance covered it all. call the scooter store for free information today. >>> all right. from new york and, of course, to one of the largest haitian communities in this country. i'm talking about miami. little haiti there. a number of people are trying desperately to find out about their loved ones in haiti as a result of this 7.0 magnitude quake yesterday. our john zarella is there in miami. he's been reaching out to a number of people. there are a lot of resources in place, in miami, in little haiti, to make sure that the haitian community stays connected wi
. >> reporter: when someone has alzheimer's, annual medicare costs triple. >> with alzheimer's, there's no cure. >> reporter: the problem: can america cope with a growing disease for which there's no cure? ten years ago, the best seemed yet to come for three generation of this new orleans family. but lisa carbo, now 55, had to move in with her mother shirley when the 78-year-old was diagnosed with advanced alzehimer's disease. >> i know some people have it worse, but i'm getting there. >> reporter: ands where "there"? >> to nothing. to feeling like nothing. >> reporter: for five years, lisa juggled caring for her mother and her job as a nurse. but then a curveball. >> i didn't remember how to do my job! >> reporter: did you ever start to think "well, maybe i have dementia, too?" >> no. almost 9:00 a.m., i need to take my meds. >> reporter: but at 53, lisa was diagnosed with genetic form of alzheimer's, one that strikes at an earlier age. >> it floors me. these women raised me. >> reporter: lee so saa's 31-year-old daughter amy doesn't want testing because she could have the gene but never devel
elderly people may face a tax on a certain medicare program that they now have and that this could actually end up hurting lower income seniors the most and he gives details, specific stories about senior citizens and the kind of pain that they might feel in their pocketbooks. >> right. to avoid taking money in the pocket, they have this thing called medicare advantage. in medicare advantage, my mom actually has it, it's a tremendous boom and people are protective of it. they're allowed to go to private insurance and have them cover themselves. right now, they're going to tax that. won't that work be countederproductive to medicare advantage? there's no advantage. >> apparently, it will impose a tax on medicare, medicaid, the children's health insurance program, chip, and tricare which is for families of military dependents because they -- and because these particular plans have no profits to absorb the tax or pass it on, they'll have only one option and that is bob dole writes, to reduce health care services and that is bad. >> and we should point out that bob dole does say that
for the broader interest of the economy. democrats and the white house are also considering applying the medicare payroll tax to investment income for those making more than $200,000 a year. healthcare negotiators believe if they do this, they can shield those from the taxes and the critics decry all of the tax talk. >> right now if we add taxes to the equation, we will make it harder to create jobs and we'll add much more uncertainty to the job creators and i think the president is now figured out that job creation is critical to him coming up on 2010. >> reporter: the healthcare taxes, the white house argues, are necessary to pay for reform it says will allow businesses to focus more of their revenue on the job creation. as for the bank taxes, the white house says it will fill the deficit hold created by the bank bail-out in the first place and will respond in some small measure to public anger over the bonuses doesn't hurt either. bret? >> bret: major garrett live on the north lawn. thank you. it's pretty easy to put spell check on the computer, right? maybe not for one campaign. we'll show yo
's deficit will double it. at the same time that medicare is going bankrupt, social security going bankrupt. medicaid is upside down. this is a nightmare. >> well, first -- >> the bigger crisis is medicare. >> we have had creative accounting and self-dealing going on for a long time. the fed purchases a significant majority of all u.s. debt last year. we have a situation where the housing entities are not being consolidated. they have huge losses. people saying they are doing things to try and help reduce medicare costs, but they are spending the money someplace else. all kinds of creating accounting and self-dealing going on. >> we'll go to chris tnctie in minute. i was struck by the creative accounting. they were making up trillions. you wrote a story mid summer about the fdic created $1 trillion out of thin air by a bureaucratic trick. this creative accounting makes our situation so much worse. >> it does. and, frankly, actually, that decision by the fdic at the time has in a way come back to haunt us. i don't know if you recall at the end of this year, the fdic was almost bankrupt and h
the people on medicare have to pay out of pocket for their medication. we want to close that gap. that was, i think, a lot of the conversation. host: we've covered a town hall meeting up in michigan. they talked a lot about the amendment on abortion. did that come up last night? >> it did. the caucus that in my part of, which has well over 100 members in the house of representatives, as well as wide support throughout the country for reproductive health care being a part of any package, it came up last night in the context of those of us that believe we should be pro-choice thinking that we should stick with the status quo, which says no federal dollars to pay for abortion. we don't -- we do not necessarily like that, but we agree with that. the stupak and nelson amendments go well beyond that. we think that all of our reproductive health needs to be covered. that was discussed even by a pro-life democrat, he agreed. he did not want to make this an abortion bill, he wanted it to remain a health care bill. keep the status quo with no federal dollars going for abortion in moving on. talking abo
of the provisions. the closing of the donut hole. that is how much people on medicare have to pay out-of-pocket for their medication. we want to close that gap, so people don't have to pay that much. we do it in the house of representatives. so that was the think a lot of the conversation, so it is not sip yet. was do we covered a town hall meeting with congress to packin michigan. you talk a lot about his amendment on abortion, part of the house legislation. did that come up plus side and what is the fate of that abortion language? >> guest: it did. the pro-choice caucus, which i am part of, which has well over 100 members in the house of representatives, and wide support certainly throughout the country for reproductive health care being part of any package. it came up last night in the context of those of us who are pro-choice, believe that we ought to stick with the status quo, which says and i want to say it very clearly, not any federal dollars to pay for abortions. we don't necessarily like that but we agree with that. that is the hyde amendment. and the stupack amendment, and
as proposed by the house democrats will save lives, will save money, will save jobs, and will save medicare. it is time to pass health care reform. i yield back. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman's time has expired. for what purpose does the gentleman from virginia rise? >> request permission to revise and extend. the speaker pro tempore: without objection, the gentleman is recognized. mr. wolf: i rise today to voice my strong support of google's intention to consider pulling out of china due to a highly sophisticated and targeted attack on its corporate infrastructure and email service. google is making a principle stand reminiscent of the companies that pulled out of apartheid south africa and fascist germany. "the washington post" today reported that google said it is eminent that a primary call on the attackers accessing the g-mail accounts of chinese human rights activists. they found the accounts of literally brave human rights advocates appear to have been routinely accessed by third parties. this is unconscionable but not surprising given china's long history of cracking down o
in the caribbean. don't go away. medicare. it doesn't cover everything. >> larry: we're back. luke renner is with us on the phone. he's outside cape haitian, haiti, a humanitarian worker with his family in haiti. what can you tell us, luke? >> i'm happy to report in in the north of haiti. we're about 90 miles due north as the crow flies in port-au-prince. while we d in fact, feel the earthquake and it was substantial. i was telling people earlier that our house felt like it was sitting on top of a beach ball. everything in the world was moving. your previous guest told us that haiti is largely deforested. up here there are quite a few trees. while we felt it, i'm happy to report that in the north outside of port-au-prince, things seem to be fairly calm, damage is low to none at this point. >> larry: is that the second largest city? >> i'm sorry; can you repeat that? >> larry: is cape haitian the second largest city in haiti? >> that's correct, larry. sorry for the connection. surprisingly, our connect activity through the internet has been the saving grace. the entire network in haiti has
and nice. they filed all the paperwork, and medicare and my insurance covered the cost. we can work directly with medicare or with your insurance company. we can even help with financing. if there's a way, we'll find it! so don't wait any longer, call the scooter store today. jon: we are just about 20 hours into this terrible catastrophe that's hit haiti. a magnitude 7.0 earthquake that slammed that island about 5:00 p.m. yesterday. the president's pal lashs the main prison, the cathedral, hospitals, schools, thousands of homes all severely damaged, even flattened. untold numbers of people are trapped. we're told that the president is quoted as saying he thinks there may be 100,000 people dead. his prime minister is quoted saying he thinks it could be half a million in a nation of nine million people. it is the worst event to hit haiti in terms of natural disasters in 200 years. but it is an island no stranger to such things like hurricanes the past few years. that makes life even more difficult in one of the poorest countries in the world. let's go to brian wilson live in washingto
. if they had been a distinction made because of the volume of potential medicare recipients or poverty levels or something involving health care and nebraska that was different, then that would be a different story on the constitutionality. that's why many states in the national legislation are not all treated the same because they are distinctions. and a lot of times there's a lot of straightening that goes on as we all know. but there is always a reason given. well, there is no reason given here except the one i recited and that is one that we see as unconstitutional and is likely seen by many as a symbol of the excesses of the corruption and excessive spending and fiscal irresponsibility in the congress. now that is not addressed in this letter. with this letter addresses is simply the constitutionality of that one provision. after we wrote the letter the next day which was thursday, december 31st, i received a telephone call from senator gramm saying he had received a telephone call from senator ben nelson asking to call the dogs off, and senator gramm suggested to senator nelson that he
for example to put in place medicare and medicaid but i think it is more like to my mind covering the seniors. seniors are no longer the poorest americans. young people are now, kids. there was a day in american life seniors especially older women really were in need of protection, social safety net we saw some of that with social security and don't forget covers widows or if it's that kind of thing and then of course with medicare again to pick up the idea we should not be struggling for health care coverage and now i think the extension would be to make sure all americans have some basic level of health care coverage and people don't have to scrap for, don't have to worry about having some kids to kill mr. will bankrupt them and it's not only then. we think it in terms of individuals, but i can't tell you how often when i am not doing reporting i come across people who are small business owners who complain to me about the high cost of health care benefits for employees, and of course we see what happened with auto companies. so it becomes larger, snowballs quickly by come back to the indiv
plans and other initiatives that they are afraid are going to hurt medicare, hurt medicaid and things like that. so this is an unpopular piece of legislation. trace: i got to go, but i am amn very curious about these backroom deals. are all these backroom deals that were promised, are they all going to be uphill? >> that is a real concern for the senate. there are a lot of senators, guys like ben nelson from nebraska who would love to get a chance to get away. they are just looking for an excuse. if the deals go away their votes may go away. trace: from the "washington examiner." good to see you. thank you, sir. jamie: much more on the situation in haiti. what kind of force is capable of something like this? we are going to look back in history, and we are going to show you what it must've felt like to be there in haiti when a magnitude 7.0 quake hit. and if you want to help please visit the website on the screen for the international medical corps, imc worldwide dot ord or corps, imc worldwide dot ord or foxnews.com. upbeat rock ♪ singer:wanted to get myself a new cell phone ♪
the taxpayers. alcohol causes us to pony up money for law enforcement, and medicare some of that burden should be placed on the drinkers themselves. on the west side, jeff said it will only push sales to virginia, delaware and d.c. at a loss of businesses sales tax collection. tax more get less. >> don't tax it because we're all going to need alcohol for after we get all of these taxes. that's another interesting point. >>> coming up to at fox 45 morning news, a little nip and tuck for mom. >> i wanted to feel better for myself. >>> the total makeover being offered by some plastic surge surgeons. >>> i don't like getting up in the morning. >>> but coming up next the alarm clock that is hard to ignore. why you won't be able to simply >>> we all love a good chance to sleep in, but snoozing through the alarm clock when you're not supposed to is a bad dream come true. one product promises to get you will get up on the right side of the bed no matter what. we put the clocky to the will it work test. >> beep, beep. >> it's the sound we all love to hate. >> i don't like getting up in the morning. >>
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